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DID YOU KNOW! |Apostles' Creed and our liturgical: worship. Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture are not to be seen one another, but as working harmoniously together. Taken together, Sacred Tradition is? to be understood in light of Sacred: Church are one and the same: To Scripture and Sacred Scripture is to be preach and teach the Gospel. This read within the Tradition of the as opposed to THE CHURCH AS TEACHER The mission of Christ and His is the same mission that our Lord has - given to us in the Great Commission: St. Paul to "stand firm and hold fast :Go, therefore, and make disciples of - all nations, baptizing them in the - name of the Father, and of the Son, letter of ours" (2 Thessalonians 2:15). Eand of the holy Spirit, teaching - particular matter, we turn to the commanded you (Matt. 28:19-20). In Her role as teacher, the Church teaches from the Deposit of Faith, Lin AD 50 (cf. Acts 15:1-35). When the which consists of both Sacred Church does speak as teacher, She. Tradition (Latin: tradere, or "that which is handed down") and Sacred Scripture. Sacred Tradition, from which Sacred Scripture itself arises, - also includes such things as the Church. Doing this fulfills the call of to the traditions that you were taught, either by an oral statement or by If debate or confusion arises on a? them to observe all that I have Church for guidance as teacher, as: was done at the Council of Jerusalem does not speak on Her own. Instead,. She, as authentic teacher and guide, is; Herself guided by the Holy Spirit. Ask Father Q&A - Friday, March 18th @ 8 PM in Church @ 1300 North Main Street, Bluffton DID YOU KNOW! |Apostles' Creed and our liturgical: worship. Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture are not to be seen one another, but as working harmoniously together. Taken together, Sacred Tradition is? to be understood in light of Sacred: Church are one and the same: To Scripture and Sacred Scripture is to be preach and teach the Gospel. This read within the Tradition of the as opposed to THE CHURCH AS TEACHER The mission of Christ and His is the same mission that our Lord has - given to us in the Great Commission: St. Paul to "stand firm and hold fast :Go, therefore, and make disciples of - all nations, baptizing them in the - name of the Father, and of the Son, letter of ours" (2 Thessalonians 2:15). Eand of the holy Spirit, teaching - particular matter, we turn to the commanded you (Matt. 28:19-20). In Her role as teacher, the Church teaches from the Deposit of Faith, Lin AD 50 (cf. Acts 15:1-35). When the which consists of both Sacred Church does speak as teacher, She. Tradition (Latin: tradere, or "that which is handed down") and Sacred Scripture. Sacred Tradition, from which Sacred Scripture itself arises, - also includes such things as the Church. Doing this fulfills the call of to the traditions that you were taught, either by an oral statement or by If debate or confusion arises on a? them to observe all that I have Church for guidance as teacher, as: was done at the Council of Jerusalem does not speak on Her own. Instead,. She, as authentic teacher and guide, is; Herself guided by the Holy Spirit. Ask Father Q&A - Friday, March 18th @ 8 PM in Church @ 1300 North Main Street, Bluffton